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The aim of this survey is to examine the effect of components of time management on academic performance as perceived students of Ibra College of Technology (ICT). Moreover, to ascertain techniques followed by the students to manage their time and find the association between effective time management and CGPA of ICT students.  In addition, the study included the students’ perception of time management and their impact on their CGPA. 120 samples were chosen from different departments in Ibra College of Technology such as IT, Engineering and Business. The study reveals high relation between making plans or schedules for study, regular study and not rushing in last minute, minimum 2 hours study a day, prioritize studying important and urgent things, sleeping for 6-7 hours a day to make them fresh for next day – all these factors have effect on CGPA or academic performance



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Dr. Sarangapani Srinivasan, Ebtisam Salim Alsalmi, Jokha Salim Almasroori, and hruraya Huseen Alharthy, “A STUDY ON COMPONENTS OF EFFECTIVE TIME MANAGEMENT PRACTICES AMONG THE STUDENTS OF A TECHNICAL COLLEGE IN OMAN”, IEJRD - International Multidisciplinary Journal, vol. 5, no. Special Issue, p. 7, Sep. 2020.


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